Water Asset Management Conference to host utility leaders in Boston

Boston Museum of Science

The 2017 Water Asset Management Conference is heading to Boston, Oct. 10-11, for its 17th annual event highlighting best practices and effective utility management strategies for water and wastewater systems. The event is being held at the Boston Museum of Science.

The Water Asset Management Conference, which has its roots dating to 2001, has historically been a program focusing exclusively on water infrastructure asset management. In recent years, the program has broadened to include discussions on smart water networks, managing and reducing non-revenue water, and more.

WAM Logo_FINAL“Over the years, the Water Asset Management Conference has been a unique event because of its focus on water and wastewater utility asset management,” said Bernie Krzys, publisher of Water Finance & Management, organizers of the conference. “We address the big-picture challenges for asset managers and utility leaders today, including water loss management, the importance of accurate metering and using smart water technology to improve asset performance and decision making.”

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The Water Asset Management Conference will feature two days of focused presentations covering the latest in technology and best practices in utility asset management. Presentations are selected by a panel of leading professionals in these fields.

Topics to be addressed will include: risk assessment, data management, planning and prioritizing infrastructure investment, renewal technology, reducing non-revenue water, water resources planning in drought conditions, smart water networks for better decision making, and much more.

One of the hallmarks of the Water Asset Management Conference is the interactive dialogue among participants. The limited-seat venue is ideal for back-and-forth discussion that is often missing from many industry events. CEUs and CPEs will be available for attendees.

This event is being held at the Boston Museum of Science near downtown Boston. Please visit waterassetmgmt.com for more details and information on how to submit an abstract for this year’s program.

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